Returned home from Canada? You can still file a tax return

Returned home from Canada? The good news is that you can still file a tax return, even from outside of the country.

If you have returned home from Canada and not claimed your tax back for 2015, or any year that you worked during your time in the country, then the chances are that you are due a large tax rebate.

Filing is simple and only requires a copy or photo of a T4 from each job that you held. T4s can be obtained by contacting your employer, so send them over to us once you have them and we’ll get you a free quote.

If you like the quote then we will file for $40. How is easy is that?

Our average tax return for 2015 was $800, so make sure you don’t miss out on any money that is owed to you. Tax doesn’t have to be taxing, so get in contact with us today!

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Not claimed your 2015 Canadian tax back? It’s not too late!

Think you have missed the deadline for filing your 2015 Canadian tax return?

Contrary to popular belief, it isn’t too late!

This is great news for those of you that are due to receive a tax rebate/refund, which is mostly anyone that worked during 2015 or any other year that they have not previously claimed for.

To get a free and no obligation tax return quote simply send us an email with a photo or scan of your T4 or T4s, along with the date you entered and exited Canada and we’ll get a free quote to you by the next day.

Not sure what a T4 is, or how to obtain one? We’ve got all the details on our frequently asked questions page.

Also note that if you were an overseas worker or student working in Canada, you are still entitled to claim your tax refund even if you have returned home. For our flat fee of $40 it is a quick and easy process with no hidden charges.

With our average refund for 2015 being over $800 it would be crazy to let well earned money go unclaimed!

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Ready to file your 2015 Canadian tax return?

Welcome to 2016 folks!

But you know what a new year means? Nope, not a new gym membership, but a new tax return opportunity!

Whether you are a Canadian resident, student or overseas worker, completing your 2015 Canadian tax return is highly likely to bring in some very welcome money. Our average tax return for last year was way over $500, so get in contact with us today for a free quote and consultation.

Not sure on how to claim your Canadian tax? Then luckily for you our intern Jonathan Thomas has  been busy preparing a Canadian tax return guide just for you…


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